! The Capitol Complex is closed to the public due to COVID-19. All meetings will be held virtually online. View procedures and guidelines (PDF) for remote public comment and virtual meeting instructions (PDF).

S.B. 192 Study on Claims Exceeding Statutory Limit

Bill Sponsor:

Sen. Iwamoto, Jani
Floor Sponsor:

Rep. Snow, V. Lowry
  • CoSponsor(s):
        Hillyard, L.  Stephenson, H.
  • Drafting Attorney: Robert H. Rees
  • Fiscal Analyst: Brian Wikle



  • Information
    • Last Action: 18 Mar 2016, Governor Signed
    • Last Location: Lieutenant Governor's office for filing
    • Effective Date: 10 May 2016
    • Session Law Chapter: 078


Bill Status / Votes
• Senate Actions • House Actions • Fiscal Actions • Other Actions
DateActionLocationVote
2/18/2016 Bill Numbered but not DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
2/18/2016 Numbered Bill Publicly DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
2/19/2016 Senate/ received bill from Legislative ResearchWaiting for Introduction in the Senate
2/19/2016 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced)Senate Rules Committee
2/20/2016 LFA/ fiscal note publicly availableSenate Rules Committee
2/22/2016 Senate/ received fiscal note from Fiscal AnalystSenate Rules Committee
2/22/2016 Senate/ to standing committeeSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/23/2016 Senate Comm - Favorable RecommendationSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee4 0 3
2/23/2016 Senate Comm - Consent Calendar RecommendationSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/24/2016 (10:13:06 AM)Senate/ comm rpt/ placed on Consent CalendarSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/24/2016 (10:13:07 AM)Senate/ 2nd readingSenate Consent Calendar
2/29/2016 (10:37:00 AM)Senate/ 3rd readingSenate Consent Calendar
2/29/2016 (10:40:00 AM)Senate/ passed 3rd readingClerk of the House26 0 3
2/29/2016 (10:40:01 AM)Senate/ to HouseClerk of the House
2/29/2016 House/ received from SenateClerk of the House
2/29/2016 House/ 1st reading (Introduced)House Rules Committee
3/1/2016 House/ to standing committeeHouse Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee
3/2/2016 House Comm - Favorable RecommendationHouse Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee8 0 3
3/3/2016 (12:04:53 PM)House/ committee report favorableHouse Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee
3/3/2016 (12:04:54 PM)House/ 2nd readingHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/8/2016 (8:55:32 AM)House/ 3rd readingHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/8/2016 (8:56:18 AM)House/ circledHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate billsVoice vote
3/8/2016 (9:18:38 AM)House/ uncircledHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate billsVoice vote
3/8/2016 (9:27:43 AM)House/ passed 3rd readingHouse Speaker67 0 8
3/8/2016 (9:27:44 AM)House/ signed by Speaker/ returned to SenateSenate President
3/8/2016 (9:27:45 AM)House/ to SenateSenate President
3/8/2016 Senate/ received from HouseSenate President
3/8/2016 Senate/ signed by President/ sent for enrollingLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/9/2016 Bill Received from Senate for EnrollingLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/9/2016 Draft of Enrolled Bill PreparedLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/15/2016 Enrolled Bill Returned to House or SenateSenate Secretary
3/15/2016 Senate/ enrolled bill to PrintingSenate Secretary
3/16/2016 Senate/ received enrolled bill from PrintingSenate Secretary
3/16/2016 Senate/ to GovernorExecutive Branch - Governor
3/18/2016 Governor SignedLieutenant Governor's office for filing